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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, Novomblr I, 197] _ THE IEIHBRIDGE HERAtD 15 'China will be like a lull in a China UNITED NATION'S (CI'l j France, the Soviet Union and "China will be like a bull in a China simp; or should we say a China in a hull shop." The wit was an Indian corre- spondent who was adding his assessment to the endless spec- illation, reports and rumors that Bllt some observers say that the any answers. The altitude of Britain, al least, is thai if China wants to join these talks, it must say so and the four will Ihcn discuss it. have been going round and ]i- would be contrary to Chinese round this organization since it j philosophy to join. For one was known that the People's the talks are based on Sc Republic of Citina here. The generally accepted as-, scssnient is dial the Chinese! ...Somc lwrc expect the will play it cool for some time after they arrive next week, content to remain in the liaek- curity Council Hesolulion 2-12 of N o v e m b e r, which the Chinese have rejected. Some Arabs here ex Chinese to side with such radi- China in the UN books. Under I eide fur thcin.selies what to do provisions of the UN Charter aboul the China representation the Nationalists would have lost If the Nationalists are Iheir vote as of Jan. 1 because expelled. ;is many expect, they they then would have been more i will Icaie more debts behind than two years behind in the Hum. payment of assessments. Smirily Ihn The People's Republic has a larlp it knmvn lint it u> made it known that it will come here under the name of China. Specialized Agencies: The Na- tionalists hnvi> said they want to cals as Iraq and Syria in the Middle Casl questions and to ground for the remaining month to reject such things as of the current General klca of Jl partial settlement blv. i which would have Israel par- "Thosc who expected radical! tiallV withdraw from Egyptian support for their radical ideas territory in return for the open- likely are to be j of Hie Suez canal, one source said. The Chinese are expected to FXPFCT i rm r in a" issucs wilh "lc "china is not likelv to expound finc Arab There have views here that have not al. charges that PckmR has readv been well-slated in the lo lhc past'in Peking, observers They will get worldwide public-1 ity, however, for these views as cd "crc 'hal !l "ol the General Assembly and its "llnti 5eelng Clllna a committees go into various sub-1 conference. jecls j I'lnaneing: By all appear- 1 anccs some special arrangc- IS-collnlry ttjim'.-ii. is expected lo find il.-i'lf (m-ced in use the veto as il lights the "hcgc- monv" of "revisionM" Soviet1; continue on some of the UN's specialized agencies, notably i i the World Bank and the World I, Health Organization. Many of these agencies have wei! 'licir own way in the early Iheir own charters and must dc-' days of the UN. YOU CAN'T QUACK WHEN YOUR QUACKER'S CAUGHT cought around her beak. Humane Society officials have Rmgo the mollard swims aboui her home in Grenadier tried 1o capture Ringo to remove the ring but everytime Pond in Toronto with Pond in Toronto with a pull ring from a beverage can somebody gets close she flics away. Trend lowanls consolidation continues Steady reduction in grain elevators O fcD.MU.Vi'U.N "'I', _ ing the la.M year there has been a slow bin sie.-idy reduc- tion in the mmiher of grain elevators on the Prairies. Mow. even 1'u.i method of .storing grain i.- being ijue.s- tioned. Dr. H. Siniia fit llie Can- ada Agriculture Sla- lion at say.- success- ful grain storage involves much more ihan building a granary m he filled at hyrvcst lime and ccTlainh i> not the piles of grain lieruied in Hie open. He has hern in grain storage for 1-1 years and admits no one knows lhc he.s! method for How's Your ins: Try il in j-r-e it is wurn i in the privacy of your own I liomc without rosi any kind. JI.'H ymirs u> keep, i free, II less than a third of an ounce, and ii.'s at car level, in rmo unit. Xo v, ir-'s lead Ironvbody to head. These models are so we suggest you who for yours now. Again, we n-pr-at. them is no and (vniiiiily no obliga- tion, "Write to JVpi Bel- toncElemonirsCorp.-'l-l'nV. Victoria. 111. UOfi-l'J. storing grain successfully. j However, he has a new tool in computers which are help- ing to look at the entire ecol- ogy of grain storage. And his research could have a major impact at a time when the whole concept of grain transportation and the elevator system arc being studied as. never before. Many small country eleva- tors across Lhc Prairies have, disappeared and Ihc Canadian whoa! board now is using a i of shipping by rail to porl tcr- minal facilities. There were a total of 2.K86 country elevators across the Prairies in 1970 and by mid- 1971 the number had dropped lo as the trend toward consolidation continued. REDUCTION1 NECESSARY Several agriculture spokes- men are convinced that to be- come effective and economi- cal, llie number of elevators will have l.o he reduced by as much as 50 per cent. It is because grain storage is so vital to the success of agriculture that Dr. Sinha's research is valuable. Many studies have been completed, but they have been on a specific problem unre- lated to the over-all problem. He said many scientists have studied damage to stored grain that could be caused by particular insects, high temperatures, moisture, fungi, miles or rodents. "These specific studies have been extremely valuable but we now arc learning that to gain a proper insight into grain storage problems we must take the entire system into Dr. Sinlia said. Dr. Sinha said he believes experts in t e e bn o 1 o gy no longer can afford to work in- dependently in designing im- proved storage facilities. He The City Council of the City of Lefhbridgc will en- tertain proposals for submissions to the Province and the Dominion Government under the Federal-Local In- itiatives Programme: Eligibility: 1 ANY ORGANIZED GROUP WHICH HAS A PROJECT THAT CAN BE PUT INTO EFFECT QUICKLY AND WILL CREA7E A MINIMUM OF 30 MAN MONTHS OF WORK. 2. PROJECTS MUST BE NEW IN THAT THEY CONTRIB- UTE NEW EMPLOYMENT IN THE CITY. 3. APPLICANTS MUST USE CANADA MANPOWER CENTRES IN HIRING UNEMPLOYED WORKERS. 4. PROJECTS MUST CONTRIBUTE TO COMMUNITY BETTERMEN1. 5. PROJECTS MUST BE BASICALLY NON-PROFIT. 6. PROJECTS MUST CREATE ADDITIONAL EMPLOY- MENT WITHOUT HAVING INFLATlONERY EFFECT. Objectives: The City Council of lhc Cily of Lcthbridgc will re- ceive up lo and until November 12lh, 1971. 1 hem ptojcclr, will be reviewed by a special meetinc] of council and such projects as seem to com- plement ihf cily's own applications may be submitted on to the Pi evince and the Federal Government. Pe specific outline youi projects in detail and file your reports with 'lie City Clerk not later ihcin on November 1971. A. C. ANDERSON, MAYOR CITY OF LETHBRIDGE said engineers should be joined by biologists, cereal chemists and storage manag- ers lo work as a team on re- search. Underground storage is one possibilily that should be in- vestigated because cool tem- peratures appear one of the most important factors in suc- cessful grain storage. Gnnn may keep belter in the cool soil than out in a pile under the hot prairie summer sun. Dr. Sinha said. SKELETON FOUND MOSCOW (Renter) The skeleton of a whale-like crea- ture estimated to have lived 18 million years ago has been found in the southern Russian town of Stavropol, Tass an- nounced Friday. Disarmament: What will the Chinese attitude be toward the Soviet-proposed world disarma- ment conference which the as- sembly will start discussing j next week? And what will be its attitude about disarmament in general? The Nationalists deposited in- struments of accession with lire UN on the nuclear non-prolifera- tion treaty and the treaty ban- ning nuclear explosions in the atmosphere. China may make it clear that it is not bound by the Nationalist nuclear testing in the atmosphere. At the same time China may continue its past policies of hav- ing nothing to do with any dis- armament agreement that was drawn up by the United States and the Soviet Union and agreed to by others. Middle Kasl: Will the Chinese seek to make the Big Four talks i that have been going on for years here into Big Five? It is known that the question is being asked among the menL is going to be necessary to deal with the transition of rep- resentation from the National- ists to the Communists. At present there is a mil- lion debt under the name of SAVE TO 60% ON MUFFLER REPLACEMENTS WE HAVE: A MUFFLER FOR MOST CARS FREE INSTAUATION 10 MINUTE INSTAUATION tIFETIME GUARANTEED MUFFLERS FREE INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES Alt AT ilNUTE UFFLEFJ INSTALLATIONa Phone 328-8134 509 6th Avenue South "LETHBRIDGE'S NEWEST" THE GOLDEN BRIDGE RESTAURANT IS NOW OPEN At 1517 Mayor Magrath Drive Come in and try our original Chinese food and steaks TAKE OUT ORDERS PHONE 328-2525 OPEN Mon.-Wed. 11 a.m.-2 p.m., Thurs.-Sat. 11 a.i a.m., Son. 11 a.m.-12 midnite HURRY! After November 15, Canada Savings Bonds will cost you more because you will have to pay accrued Interest! BUY CANADA SAVINGS BONDS average annual interest to maturity 7.19 ;